Govt shutdown - if this drags on, does the Firm (Deloitte in this case) consider altering utilization targets for those impacted? I’ve worked hard to build up solid utilization numbers this year, and-
I am interested in a clinical manager position for my company that performs utilization reviews for skilled nursing facilities. Currently I am clinical coordinator performing those reviews but I want to move into management. What type of salary can I expect.
So I was on the PIP last year, almost lost my job mid year, and ended the year with 56% effective utilization, but almost 1000 hours of work on internal initiatives. Counselor assured he can...
End of Deloitte Tenure: May 31st. 97% utilization, good year end review presumably. Time to find a position asap so I can get paid double. Stay strong everyone. I will.
Is there any way to see a history of utilization? I want to figure out how many times I've been extended to illustrate the client's desire to keep a valuable resource
Management: We will not be able to pay out raises this year because there is not enough work. The current economic situation has impacted our clients and the firm financially.
Also Management: You better work a minimum of 50 hours a week this busy season or your utilization will drop into the 70s.
Is billing for utilization more difficult with no travel? Before, you could bill 100% of the time you spent at client site. Now you can only bill time you are “working”
How does charging the client work in the event you finish early? Recently joined consulting. From my understanding, as a Consultant, a metric they judge us on is utilization. If you are booked on projects totaling 40 hours (100%) but do not have enough work to fill in the time or you finish early, do you book less time? My assumption is that would hurt utilization but also does not seem ethical
Anyone rent out their 1 bedroom apt Mo-Thur? Interested to hear about utilization rate, type of property (condo / managed), etc. Thanks in advance!
I'm one of the lower utilized assoc. up for promo this year due to fact the clients I've worked on are no longer with PwC. However I have done acting senior roles in the past and got good review (cont
Analyst here: What is a revenue management project like? What about utilization management? And risk adjustment?
Is there any way I can encash my PTO days? I have 10 PTO that expire by year end and I cannot afford to take even a single PTO to meet my utilization goals - An SC up for Manager. Any tips?
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